Newtons Laws and Acceleration Apparatus
EISCO Free Fall Apparatus
Accurately study measure free falls. The EISCO Free Fall Apparatus allows the study of acceleration due to gravity via free fall and pendulum levers. Supplied with a manual but without timer and photogate system.
EISCO Ticker Timer Tape
The EISCO Ticker Timer Tape is replacement paper tape to be used with ticker timers.
3B Scientific™ Paper Roll for Acceleration Spark Timer
Helps students in the science classroom learn to determine the rate of acceleration in a falling weight.
3B Scientific™ Acceleration Spark Timer
Used to determine the rate of acceleration in a falling weight and calculates the speed of a moving cart.
EISCO Deluxe Loop Apparatus with Scale
Demonstrate the conservation of energy, momentum, and projectile motion. The EISCO Deluxe Loop Apparatus with Scale has a curved metal track, like a roller coaster. Drop a steel ball from the top and watch the results.
EISCO Newton's Second Law of Motion Apparatus
Demonstrate Newton's Second Law of Motion with a device that can be mounted to a support stand or a table clamp. The EISCO Newton's Second Law of Motion Apparatus is made of solid metal and designed to last many years in the classroom.
EISCO Metal Inertia Ball w/ 3 Fixed Eye Bolts
Suspend from the ceiling or a stand for multiple experiments. The EISCO Metal Inertia Ball w/ 3 Fixed Eye Bolts is used to demonstrate Newton's First Law of motion or can also be used as a pendulum bob.
United Scientific Supplies Fan Cart
Demonstrate Newton's principle of action and reaction using this basic and inexpensive fan cart.
Illustrates Newton's Third Law of Motion and the principle of Conservation of Momentum.
GSC New York Demonstration Balance
A great classroom apparatus to help students understand the principles of torque and its properties. The GSC New York Demonstration Balance helps demonstrate the relationship between length of the lever arm, moment of force, and amount of force. The unit is designed to help students to understand the principles of torque and its properties.
GSC 25mm Wood Ball, Drilled
A 25mm Wood Ball with a 3mm drilled hole which can serve many different purposes in the classroom and lab setting.
Brady™ Physics Ball, Solid Mirror Finish
Physics balls can serve many different purposes in the classroom and lab setting. The GSC Physics Ball has a mirrored finish and and a solid build.
GSC Form Truss Boom
A great tool for helping students understand how bridges are engineered. The GSC Form Truss Boom can be used to help students understand the Law of Composition of Force. The apparatus also aids students in understanding concepts such as compression and tension. The Form Truss Boom is a great tool for helping students understand how bridges are engineered.
GSC International Drilled Aluminum Ball
Perfect for many different purposes in the classroom and lab setting. The GSC Drilled Aluminum Ball has a 3mm drilled hole.
GSC International Intelligent Timer and Photogate Set
Records time, speed and acceleration of object in free fall.
GSC Second Law of Motion
A great for unit for students to easily visualize and grasp Newton's Second Law of Motion. The GSC Second Law of Motion helps students to visualize and grasp Newton's Second Law of Motion. This sturdy unit demonstrates that a horizontally projected ball and a vertically dropped ball land at the same time.
American Educational Products Small Collision Ball Apparatus
For demonstrating Newton's third law of Motion and the principle of Conservation of Momentum.
GSC Stepped Pulley Wheel & Axle
A great teaching tool for demonstrating the conservation of energy. The GSC Stepped Pulley Wheel & Axle is often used to demonstrate principals of conservation of energy and simple machines. The pulley is constructed of plastic with a steel rod and roller bearing hub.
GSC International 25mm Solid Steel Ball
A 25mm solid Steel Ball which can serve many different purposes in the classroom and lab setting.
GSC Magnetic Linear Acceleration Demonstration
Demonstrate magnetic linear acceleration. The GSC Magnetic Linear Acceleration Demonstration is designed to teach the fundamentals of the conservation of energy and momentum principles.